Florida Woman grabs deputy’s crotch, won’t let go


CRESTVIEW – A woman who grabbed a deputy’s crotch and refused to let go was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer and simple assault.

The 35-year-old Crestview woman, whose house was too cluttered to allow officers to enter safely, also armed herself with a hammer before coming out of the house.

Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office deputies had gone to the home on Sandy Lane after getting a report about a disturbance.

The suspect was in her bedroom, but deputies noted that “excessive clutter” kept them from going in. Full Story ⤳

Pinellas County Deputy boasts online, “Nothing Like Almost Shooting Someone to Set Your Head Right”

snapchat austen callus

A Florida sheriff’s deputy is out of a job after a photo surfaced of him boasting about almost shooting someone to “set [his] head right.”

The Snapchat photo, which was posted June 25, shows Deputy Austen Callus, 23, sitting in a vehicle in plain clothes. The caption read, “Nothing like almost shooting someone to set your head right lol. God I gate people with knives.” It is assumed that “gate” was a typo of the word “hate.” The incident he was referring to was a domestic violence call involving a knife.

On Thursday, Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri fired Callus, a patrol deputy, saying that the photo raised doubts about Callus’ mindset when he’s out on the job. Full Story ⤳

Jacksonville Cop Threatens Jail Time for Jay Walking


The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is reviewing video of an officer’s heated interaction with a man cited for crossing the street illegally.

Action News Jax brought the video to JSO — and spoke with the man who shot the footage.

It happened Tuesday near the intersection of Arlington and Lillian Roads. The man involved crossed the street with the red hand up — which is against the law. Full Story ⤳

Immunity For Cop Who Raided Wrong Home, Shot Man’s Dog As It Ran Away

Wilson Almendarez

A Florida police officer responsible for killing a man’s dog after he entered the wrong apartment in a botched raid committed no rights violations and is entitled to immunity, a federal court has ruled.

According to a federal lawsuit, Officer Michael McBride was one of six Hollywood police officers and two Broward Sheriff’s deputies that were following up on a tip in January 2015 that a robbery suspect might be hiding in an apartment complex.

Unaware that a man inside, David Jimenez, went by the same nick name as the robbery suspect, the cops asked residents if they knew a man named “Flaco.” The officers never mentioned the real name of the man they were looking for, Francisco Quintana. Full Story ⤳

Florida Cop accidentally shoots up wrong house

An award-winning Florida cop who fired into an occupied home after responding to a wrong address, forcing an innocent family out at gunpoint in the middle of the night and ordering them to sit handcuffed on the curb for ten hours, was indicted by a grand jury.

Ocoee police officer Carlos Anglero turned himself in Thursday evening, according to WKMG in Orlando.

There is still no word on whether the other officer who fired into the Central Florida home, Stephanie Roberts, will also be indicted. Both were already under investigation by internal affairs prior to the shooting. Full Story ⤳

Florida Woman purposely defecates in a cop car after being arrested for beating up an old man

Paula Sarkowski

Meet Paula Sarkowski, resident of Hernando County, Florida. On November 29, 2015, police showed up at her home on Mitchell Road in Brooksville in response to a domestic disturbance. She said nothing physical happened, but in fact she grabbed a family member by the hair and hit him in the head several times. She dug her nails into his forearm, and also tried to throw him down the stairs.

Paula Sarkowski – Pooper of Pants

This was instigated when she was told to leave (I can’t imagine why, she seems like such a nice person) and she refused to get out until she had her two dogs with her.

The cops had to remove her. While they were escorting her out of the house she uttered a uniquely Floridian threat… “If you take me I am going to s— myself!”

Well she did. While en route to the jail house she literally pooped her pants. Our s— covered hero was charged with assault/battery on a person 65 or older and resisting arrest without violence. She is being held without bond.




Florida police accused of racial profiling after stopping man 258 times, charging him with trespassing at work

Earl Sampson, 28, has been stopped by Miami Gardens police 258 times in four years, searched more than 100 times, and jailed 56 times at the store where he works for no reason. (CBS Miami)
Earl Sampson, 28, has been stopped by Miami Gardens police 258 times in four years, searched more than 100 times, and jailed 56 times at the store where he works for no reason. (CBS Miami)

A Florida police department is facing racial profiling charges after stopping a man 258 times and repeatedly charging him with trespassing at the convenience store where he works. Full Story ⤳